The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) has rolled back its on-time performance numbers following an outcry from commuter advocates. Early last week, officials said trains were on time 91.9 percent of the time in November although the LIRR canceled 3,500 trains and announced numerous delays. Now, they're saying trains were on time 88.1 percent of the time after the LIRR Commuters Campaign challenged the...

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